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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

IMIA NI/TermSum - Workshop 3 July: ISO standards for Nursing Terminologies and for Continuity of Care

Please forward this message via to your own lists, networks and contacts. It is particularly relevant to those with an interest in healthcare standards, technical aspects of informatics, standardised terminologies, health records, etc.

As part of the Terminology Summit transition, the IMIA NI Healthcare Standards Working Group is hosting a series of on-line workshops to further the valuable work of the Summit in providing strategic direction to nursing informatics, with a particular focus on supporting the management of nursing information.

The first workshop was led by William Goossen who provided an overview of HL7 standards and the implications for nursing as a stimulus for discussion.

The second workshop will be led by Anne Casey who will provide an overview of two important ISO standards for nursing terminologies and for continuity of care

The second workshop will be held via GoToMeeting on 3 July 2013 at 19.00 UTC/GMT.

For joining instructions please contact Nick (or myself).

We look forward to seeing you online.

Access to GoToMeeting has been provided kindly by eHealth Education: www.ehe.edu.au.

With best wishes
Nick

Nick Hardiker RN PhD
Professor of Nursing and Health Informatics | Associate Head (Research & Innovation)
School of Nursing Midwifery & Social Work
MS2.29, Mary Seacole Building, University of Salford, Salford  M5 4WT
n.r.hardiker at salford.ac.uk | www.salford.ac.uk
www.seek.salford.ac.uk/profiles/HARDIKER514.jsp

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